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Dec 5, 2012 5:30pm PST
.5 million square miles melted away, an area the size of the u.s. and mexico, combined. >> melting on the green land ice sheet is a big concern, because that moving water that's curr t currently thawed in the ice, moving it into the ocean, if that continues, that's going to have an impact on people that live in coastal regions. >> reporter: sea levels rising in vulnerable coastal communities means even more after a storm like sandy. and we learned today that the white house is requesting $50 billion to cover the damage from that epic storm but the states involved, diane, say that just isn't going to be enough. >> these bulletins just keep coming. >> reporter: right. and they keep finding these reports and records. and they will. we started records in 1979 in sea ice melt. they will keep changing. and the man i talked to, he anticipates more. >> even more. okay, thank you so much, ginger. >>> now, we turn to the news tonight that a lot of ordinary americans have been put on notice, as we approach that fiscal cliff, just 27 days away. people who are already having trouble finding a
ABC
Dec 20, 2012 5:30pm PST
is that about 40 times per week in the u.s., patients have a sponge or a towel left. 20 times a week, we operate on the wrong side of the body or the wrong part of the body. and 20 times we do the wrong operation. >> reporter: dr. jeffrey port of new york presbyterian hospital showed me what's supposed to happen before surgery even starts. >> we make a mark with our initials on the side of the surgery. >> reporter: the surgeon initials the correct limb. once inside the o.r., everything stops and they hold up a checklist. >> what is the procedure? does it match the consent? >> reporter: nurses should count the instruments and gauze sponges before and after surgery. and some hospitals use a new technology that dr. port pioneered. a tiny tracking chip attached to each piece of gauze. are surgeons taking this seriously? >> very seriously. >> and rich besser is here right now. so, you walk into the hospital, what's the first thing you ask? what's the first thing you do? >> reporter: well, you know, you want to make sure that your hospital is using this checklist, using this system. surgeons call thes
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